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Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering

With the IQS Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, you will become a professional at the forefront of the chemical industry and gain access to the best job opportunities in the sector, both within industry and research. The Bachelor’s Degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering share a common two-year core that enables students to later decide their preference.

Key information

Years

4 academic years

Credits

240 ECTS credits

Start

September 2024

Timetable

Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

Recommended secondary school baccalaureate electives

Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics

Languages

First academic year in Spanish. Other years, trilingual: Spanish, Catalan, and English depending on the language skills of the students and faculty.

Why study the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering at IQS?

Possibility of doing a dual degree in Chemistry + Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering graduates earn the professional qualification of Industrial Engineer Specialist in Industrial Chemistry

1,000+ hours of hands-on laboratory work

Laboratories are equipped with the latest technologies

Facilities

More than 8,700 m2 of laboratories and workshops

At IQS, students work in laboratories and workshops equipped with the latest technologies. We have specific laboratories for the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, where you can put into practice everything you learn during your studies.

Objectives and competences

In-company internships

As part of the curriculum of the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, all students conduct internships within research centres or paid internships within companies in the sector equivalent to six credit hours. IQS Career Services gives advice and helps students find and carry out their internships.

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Subject ECTS
Mathematics 12,0
Computer Science and Numerical Calculation 12,0
General Chemistry 12,0
Physics 12
Biology 6
Fundamentals of the Chemical and Biological Laboratory 6
Industrial Economics and Organization 6
Subject ECTS
Inorganic Chemistry 10
Physical Chemistry I 6
Physical Chemistry II 6
Analytical Chemistry 10
Statistics 6
Basic Engineering Operations I 6
Chemistry and Engineering Laboratory I 5
Chemistry and Engineering Laboratory II 5
Graphic Expression 6
Subject ECTS
Organic Chemistry 12
Ethics 5
Basic Engineering Operations II 6
Materials Science and Technology 6
Oral and written communication 3
Applied Thermodynamics 5
Electrical Engineering 4
Numerical Methods for Engineers 5
Environmental Technology 4
Chemistry and Engineering Laboratory III 5
Chemistry and Engineering Laboratory IV 5
Subject ECTS
Industrial Chemistry 4
Reactor Design 5
Instrumentation and Control of Processes 6
Process Simulation 5
Industrial Facilities Design and Projects 5
Machines and Mechanisms 3
Materials Strength 3
Engineering Laboratory 5
Practicum 6
Final Degree Project 12
Surface Chemistry (Elective) 3
Industrial Safety and Hygiene (Elective) 6
Biotechnology (Elective) 3
Statistics for Quality Improvement (Elective) 6
Computer Aided Product Engineering (Elective) 6
Entrepreneurship (Elective) 4

Your career starts here

The professional opportunities for IQS Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering graduates are incredibly varied. During your studies, you will receive a comprehensive education thanks to our state-of-the-art facilities and excellent teaching staff. This will allow you to learn about the different areas of chemistry and focus your profile on a specific sector. You can see some of the professional opportunities with the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering below.

Career opportunities

  • Companies in which chemical and/or biotechnological processes are carried out.

    Pharmaceutical industry, food, environmental technologies, chemistry, petrochemicals, automotive, service companies, paper, textiles, and more.

  • R&D&i teams to develop and apply new chemical and/or biotechnological products, processes, or technologies to use raw materials and processes for the treatment and reuse of industrial waste.

  • Government and teaching.

  • Postgraduate studies: master’s and doctoral degrees.

In-company internship

As part of the curriculum of the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, all students conduct internships within research centres or paid internships within companies in the sector equivalent to six credit hours. IQS Career Services gives advice and helps students find and carry out their internships.

  • Internships represent an initial contact with the labour market.
  • They guide students based on their professional interests.
  • They offer a real opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge and skills acquired.
  • They make it possible to find a job.
  • They add value to a graduate’s curriculum vitae
IQS Career Services

Admissions process

Apply for admission

To apply for admission to one of our bachelor’s degrees, you must submit various documents to us so we can assess your application. Create an account and sign in here. You must save and remember your username and password as they will enable you to continue the process you have started.

Documentation to upload

  • Valid ID/Passport
  • Passport-style photograph in colour with a white background in jpg format (176×220 pixels).

Students from the Spanish educational system:

  • Grades from your 1st year secondary school baccalaureate studies and completed grades from your 2nd year.
  • PAU exam grades (if you already have the results).
  • If you are studying an Advanced Vocational Education Cycle (CFGS): your updated academic transcripts.
  • If you have started a degree at another university: academic transcripts.

Students from outside the Spanish educational system:

  • Grades from your last two academic years prior to accessing university.
  • Credential granting you access to the Spanish university system issued by UNEDasiss or favourable decision approving your previous studies prior to accessing university.

Admissions test:

You must select the date to take the admissions test when making your application, based on the established calendar.

Pre-registration payment

During the process, you must pay a €125 administration and processing fee for your application. Payment can be made online by credit or debit card. This amount will be refunded only in the event that a student is not admitted to the studies, notwithstanding the right of withdrawal under the legally established terms.*

The ONLINE admissions test is a psychometric test and also includes an English level test that you must take regardless of whether or not you have an official language certificate.

Admissions tests will be sent by email at 3:30 pm (Spanish time) on the date you have selected. The duration of the test is approximately three hours and you have 24 hours to take the test: from 3:30 pm on the day the test begins until 3:30 pm the following day.

The Admissions Committee will decide on your admission based on your studies, academic results, and the admissions test. The Admissions Committee will inform you on your admission by email within a maximum period of 15 days from the date you took the admissions test (not counting holiday periods such as Christmas and Easter).

A student’s admission is conditional upon meeting the academic requirements necessary for accessing bachelor’s degree studies.

The pre-enrolment payment is mandatory and is the step that must be taken before the enrolment period opens, during which time students must formalize their enrolment.

Once admitted, you have a period of two weeks to make your pre-enrolment payment on the online pre-enrolment platform by credit or debit card. Otherwise, it will understood that the student is not interested in continuing with the process and their pre-enrolment will be cancelled.

Pre-enrolment does not entail an additional cost as the sum will be deducted from the total tuition fees when payment is made. The payment is only refunded in the event that a student does not meet the requirements to access studies at IQS (not having passed the PAU exams, not passing studies prior to accessing university, or not having obtained their student visa), notwithstanding the right of withdrawal under the legally established terms.*

Pre-enrolment tuition fee for the Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering: €1,000

The enrolment period will open starting the last week of June. Pre-enrolment only ensures that a student can enrol in a bachelor’s degree up to 15 days after the opening of the enrolment period. Otherwise, it will be understood that the student is not interested in continuing with the process.

We will send an email with the credentials and instructions to proceed with your enrolment.

Scholarships and financial aid

IQS offers three different types of scholarships for undergraduate students. To apply for a scholarship, students must have pre-registered and have been admitted to one of our bachelor’s degree programmes. Apply for the scholarship that best suits your needs based on your situation and circumstances. Discounts are also available to students from a large family or who have a sibling studying at IQS.

Faculty

Andrés García Granada, PhD

Department of Industrial Engineering

Carles Colominas Guardia, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Eduard Serra Hosta, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Giovanni Gómez Gras, PhD

Department of Industrial Engineering

Javier Batllori Aguilà, PhD

Department of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Joaquim Menacho Solà-Morales, PhD

Department of Industrial Engineering

Jordi Díaz Ferrero, PhD

Dean of the IQS School of Engineering and Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

Jordi Abellà Iglesias, PhD

Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

Jordi Cuadros Margarit, PhD

Department of Quantitative Methods

Jordi Martorell López, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

José Borrell Bilbao, PhD

Department of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Jose Javier Molins Vara, PhD

General Secretary’s Office y Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Josep Oriol Pou Ibar, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Judith Báguena Polo, PhD

Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

Laura Fernández Ruano, PhD

Department of Quantitative Methods

M. del Mar Guitert Catasús, PhD

Department of Business Management

M. Josefa Blanco Roca, PhD

Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

M. Luisa Espasa Sempere, PhD

Department of Industrial Engineering

Mª Victoria Codera Pastor, PhD

Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

Manuel Abad Roldán, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Marco Antonio Pérez Martínez, PhD

Department of Industrial Engineering

Meritxell Sáez Cornellana, PhD

Department of Quantitative Methods

Montserrat Agut Bonsfills, PhD

Department of Bioengineering

Oscar Gulías Borau, PhD

Department of Bioengineering

Rafael González Olmos, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Raimon Puig de la Bellacasa Cazorla, PhD

Department of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Robert Texidó Bartés, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Roger Estrada Tejedor, PhD

Department of Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Salvador Borrós Gómez, PhD

Management and Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Santiago Nonell Marrugat, PhD

Department of Analytical and Applied Chemistry

Sauro José Yagüe Yagüe

Department of Industrial Engineering

Xavier Berzosa Rodríguez, PhD

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science

Xavier Biarnés Fontal, PhD

Department of Bioengineering

Xavier Casanovas Combalia, PhD

Department of Ethics and Christian Thought

IQS is committed to quality and has different processes in place to ensure continuous improvement through the IQS School of Engineering Quality Committee.

Since 1995, the IQS School of Engineering has featured a Quality Management Unit. Initially, the efforts were related to the Technical Services that IQS provides to industries, companies, and governmental entities.

Since 2000, many of its actions have been aimed at implementing a quality system in the field of teaching. The manual of the Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIC) for the IQS School of Engineering within Ramon Llull University (URL) was presented to the AQU for evaluation in the 2009 AUDIT call and holds a favourable review as of 22 April 2010. The Quality Assessment Committee of AQU Catalunya met on 11 December 2012 and ratified the extension of the SGIC design to consider the addition of the IQS School of Management AUDIT programme. The Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry has passed the accreditation process of AQU Catalunya, in accordance with the Framework, for the verification, monitoring, modification, and accreditation of official university degrees (2010). Ramon Llull University (URL) and its centres already boast a long history of developing policies, strategies, and actions focused on guaranteeing the quality of their degrees, teaching activity, and research and management.

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